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The Advanced Placement Scholar Awards recognize high school students who have demonstrated exemplary college-level achievement on their AP exams. This year, The Episcopal School of Dallas had an incredible number of students who were awarded for their performance on the 2020 AP exams - their largest number ever. A total of 129 students scored well enough on their AP exams to be awarded the title of an AP Scholar and higher.

ESD currently offers 32 Advanced Placement coursework options. Students who take AP classes at ESD are required to take the accompanying exam or submit the corresponding portfolio or presentation. 2021-22 AP selections include Art History; Biology; Calculus AB; Calculus BC; Chemistry; Comparative Government; Computer Science A; Computer Science Principles; English Language & Composition; English Literature & Composition; Environmental Science; Environmental Science & Engineering; European History; French Language & Culture; Latin; Macroeconomics; Microeconomics; Psychology; Physics I; Physics II; Research; Seminar; Spanish Language & Culture; Statistics; Studio Art: Ceramics, Drawing, 2-D Portfolio, 3-D Design, Photography; U.S. Government & Politics; and World History.

AP Scholar with Distinction: scored a 3 or higher on five or more AP exams with an average score of 3.5 on all AP exams taken.

Scholars from the Class of 2022: Connor Awbrey, Camille Greening, Grace Herburger, Carter Hogg, Sydney Knodel, Emily Lichty, Gina Montagna, Holden Moore, Reid Moorman, Jackson Morash, Dani Nisbet, Virginia Nussbaumer, Danyal Raza, Kai Robinson, Dabney Spraker, Caroline Teegarden, James Wharton, and Rider Yeaman.

Scholars from the Class of 2021: Carter Bakewell, Ellie Bass, Blair Batson, Jack Breard, Katherine Cowser, Mary Cowser, Aidan Cox, Sam Curtis, Jackson Fricke, Jiaying Fu, Laura Gillies, Christopher Hess, Emma Jerrier, Ally Jeter, Henry Kaiser, Zander Knight, Benjamin Lowry, Lilly Lutz, Taylor Maris, Hadley Mattocks, Luke McCabe, Madison McCoy, Susanna Newsom, Penelope North, Henry Nurenberg, Zaria Osimetha, Monse Rodriguez, Liesl Small, Anna Strohmeyer, Ava Thompson, Clay Watson, Lauren Weber, Victoria Willox, Sumner Wooldridge, Lily Yandell, and Evelyn Zhao. 

AP Scholar with Honor: scored a 3 or higher on four or more AP exams and an average score of 3.25 on all AP exams taken.

Scholars from the Class of 2022: Mary Grace Altizer, Shruti Bodhanampati, Taylor Elliott, Kate Elliston, Andrew Herring, Sloane Hope, Lili Kelly, Ruby Long, Finley Nelson, Keil Neuhoff, Sofia Sabella, and Alexander Wysk.

Scholars from the Class of 2021: Michael Bagley, Avery Cole, Isabella Collins, Olivia Hagge, Martina Harkin, Gabriel Letcher, Alexander Sanchez, Sophia Sinacola, Emma Sucato, Raleigh Toledo, Eleanor Winges, Hollis Wood, and Jack Yarbrough.

AP Capstone Diploma: scored a 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on 4 additional AP Exams. 

Scholars from the Class of 2021: Ava Thompson.

AP Scholar: scored a 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.

Scholars from the Class of 2023: Neel Mallipeddi

Scholars from the Class of 2022: Davis Baker, Anna Baranski, Erika Batson, Cash Bowling, James Click, Charlotte Cooper, Casey Curtis, Emilye Dullye, Victoria Feuer, Paco Gomez-Quiñonez, Annie Heldman, Price Johnson, Gabe Kozielec, Jake Lewis, Mason Link, Gia Maioriello, Day Nettle, Lillian Nettle, Stephanie Pfister, Tucker Sachs, Vishal Sridhar, and Kathryn Sullivan.

Scholars from the Class of 2021: Diego Avila, Claire Bailey, Ford Bannister, Eleanor Beck, Jack Beck, John Callis, Charlotte Clark, Smith Cochran, Rylie Dupuis, Elle Etcheverry, Stella Foreman, Braydon Giangiulio, Jackson Goutcher, Henry Hobson, Grace Knudson, Sam Lindsey, Stephen Matthys, Genevieve Minnis, Cleo Neuhoff, Judah Powell, Lucy Sinwell, Tamia Tolbert, Lauren Tollison, Kenny Tran, Gardiner Vose, and Samantha Whiting.

To learn more about AP Awards and your students' scores, visit the AP Students website here.

Congratulations to these outstanding ESD scholars!